Nissan Max-Out, the futuristic electric convertible concept car
At the Nissan Futures event at its global headquarters in Yokohama, Japan, from 4 February to 1 March, Nissan is showcasing future mobility solutions as part of its Nissan Ambition 2030 strategy launched in 2021, which calls for the launch of 15 all-electric models by 2030 and an investment of ¤15 billion.
On display at the event will be the Nissan Max-Out, an all-electric concept convertible. It is a two-passenger electric convertible, which was first shown in a virtual show in 2021, along with three other concepts: Chill-Out, Surf-Out and Hang-Out. From the brand, they comment:
“Built on the fundamental concept of being one with the car, the Nissan Max-Out two-seater convertible is designed to provide a liberating sense of openness while offering an enhanced and dynamic driving experience. The Max-Out showcases Nissan’s innovation to develop a wide range of advanced and surprising vehicles, with a clear vision of how they can benefit both individuals and society.”
Nissan Futures’ aims to showcase its innovations in electrification, technology, energy and battery reuse. It will feature interactive events, panel discussions and, of course, a display of its electrified innovations. However, there will be no new electric production models unveiled.
This is not the first time that Nissan has shown a convertible concept, having already shown this vehicle in the past. Back in 2018, it presented the convertible version of the Nisan Leaf, the brand’s first electric vehicle, which has brought the brand so much joy, marking a before and after.
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